|Adhesion - Mind-Killer - Adhesion|
Mind-Killer is the 22nd release and 19th album-a-day from electronic musician Adhesion. Conceived as a dark, cohesive album, this release runs through a number of genres and emotions, from outright evil breakcore to sinister, impersonal industrial to melancholy downtempo and more. All the tracks flow together and if you look hard enough you might find a story in it. Recommended tracks include But the little men..., a menacing tribal track, The superficial emptiness, a piano-driven, accessible an...
Keywords: evil residence records; album-a-day; full album; downtempo; breakcore; idm; drum'n'bass; industrial; tribal
|Adhesion - Uncertainty5 - Adhesion|
Uncertainty5 is the 21st release and 18th album-a-day by composer and electronic musician Adhesion. It is also the 5th in the Uncertainty series, indicating that in addition to being an AAD, it is also a deaf ear AAD, in which the music is not listened to at all while being composed and produced. Unlike the previous entry in the Uncertainty series, this one is a return to the electronic stylings of the first three, with a mix of IDM, techno, ambient and noise...
Keywords: evil residence records; album-a-day; full album; techno; idm; breakcore; ambient; noise; experimental
|Adhesion - Optics - Adhesion|
The second full-length album and sixth release from electronic musician and experimenter Adhesion. Made over the course of 2005, this release contains songs spanning a vast number of genres as per usual - ambient, downtempo, IDM, techno, chiptune, breakcore/drum'n'bass and a variety of other genres which as of now have no names. Composed and produced entirely with software, it is an extensive, cohesive and flowing work of musical art...
Keywords: Techno; Trance; IDM; Chipstyle; Ambient; Breakcore; Beyond Classification; Self-Produced; Full Album; downtempo; Melodic Downtempo; Evil Residence Records